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Khoisan protesters on Ramaphosa's 'stoep' for the last 2 years

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King Khoisan SA at the Union Buildings in Tshwane.
King Khoisan SA at the Union Buildings in Tshwane.
News24/Alex Mitchley

Perhaps one of the longest sit-in protests recorded in South Africa in recent years is one by a small group of Khoisan protesters who have been demonstrating outside the Union Buildings for almost two years.

November 30 will mark two years since their arrival at the official seat of the South African government, after making the arduous 1 200km journey from the Eastern Cape on foot.

But the Khoisan on President Cyril Ramaphosa's stoep have no intention of leaving until their demands are met.

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